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[Gnumed-devel] Re: GNUmed website

From: James Busser
Subject: [Gnumed-devel] Re: GNUmed website
Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2004 02:40:39 -0800

<x-tad-bigger>Amid the discussion of consolidating gnumed info there remains the Savannah site at

Shall the "Main" page paragraphs be supplemented by brief reference to directing people there for all except the CVS?

Likewise shall the "Latest news" area be modified with a similar message, perhaps even deleting some of the "old" news items (there are only three, whose content I expect duplicates what is available at other sites). Is there any value here maintaining the "status" of the CVS?

The link to the "Project Homepage" ( seems broken. Do we administer the content (URL) of this link and should it be changed to (it is all I could find at

Is the Filelist (Download area) meant to serve a purpose AND if it is simply that we have nothing to make available yet (or if we will be directing people elsewhere anyway), how about uploading a plain text file there to say so.

The link to Browse Web Pages Repository yields only "Repository cvsroot not configured in viewcvs.conf" --- was this meant to enable a built-in browser-based interface to the repository, or to support special web pages if it had been decided to create and administer them here?

Bug tracking, task management, patch management tools do not appear used, is that because the number of people writing code is so few (or so modular) to not make it worthwhile?

Once any tidying is done at the savannah site what content beyond CVS needs to be updated, and on what occasions / intervals? Potentially:
- project member list (automatically when it changes)
- Development status (yet it is redundant to what we would update at
Ergo can we change the development status to say "see" or does the interface or field permit only pre-defined values?</x-tad-bigger>

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